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History book from one of the VCA’s own
For those of you interested in naval history, please visit the U.S. Naval War College site to review “To Train the Fleet for War: The U.S. Navy Fleet Problems, 1923-1940”. Written by PFC Albert Nofi, the book “Examines in detail, making extensive use of the Naval War College archives, each of the U.S. Navy’s twenty-one “fleet problems” conducted between World Wars I and II, elucidating the patterns that emerged, finding a range of enduring lessons, and suggesting their applicability for future naval warfare.” It has also received “Honorable Mention for the Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt Prize in Naval History, 2011”